DASA Technology Services is a team of technology professionals committed to serving the programs, faculty, staff and students in the Division of Academic & Student Affairs. The team works to develop, maintain and constantly improve the technology that DASA units and people need to “promote the success of the whole student.”
The Division of Academic and Student Affairs’ professional development committee invites all division employees to their first professional development conference titled “The State and Future of Higher Education” on Tuesday, May 9. The conference kickoff …read more.
If NC State is a small town, Talley Student Union is the community center. It’s the hub for quality student-life experiences, providing the activities and resources that will propel students to success. A $120 million renovation and building addition …read more.
Effective July 1, all academic services units in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs (DASA) will transition into the newly formed University College, a unit within DASA. The new University College promotes academic success for all …read more.
On April 30, 2015, DASA employees celebrated an eventful year, culminating with an awards presentation highlighting our best and brightest. The award categories and recipients are as follows: Wolf Walks Competition Top 5 Teams: Competitive …read more.
On February 27, Division of Academic and Student Affairs Marketing and Communications and Technology Services offices flipped the switch on the new dasa.ncsu.edu website that has been in the works since late last fall. The …read more.
#DASAFit has launched! Our pilot employee well-being program for all faculty and staff within DASA began on a cold and wet February 10 and continues through April 4. Teams across the Division have taken the challenge …read more.
Dr. Michael D. Mullen, associate provost for the Division of Undergraduate Education and dean of undergraduate studies at the University of Kentucky (UK), has been named vice chancellor and dean of the Division of Academic …read more.